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BC Raven's Eye

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BC Raven's Eye - The Aboriginal Publication of BC and Yukon
has been published since May 1997.

Contributing Editor: Debora Steel

Raven's Eye is now a monthly section within the pages of Windspeaker.


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By David P. Ball Raven's Eye Contributor VANCOUVER
As the National Energy Board continues to hear oral presentations about the proposed expansion of Kinder Morgan’s TransMountain pipeline to Burnaby, B.C., First Nations on all sides of the Salish Sea are pressing forward with an intertribal treaty...
By Stefania Seccia Raven’s Eye Writer
Tales drawn from 5,000 years of existence are woven together through audio, visual and modern technology to breathe life into the colorful history of the Musqueam First Nation community. The Musqueam, Museum of Vancouver and the Museum of...
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By Shari Narine Raven's Eye Contributor
A delay in an enforcement order is a huge victory for those on the Red Chris Mine blockade. “Injunctions are the norm on how to deal with any type of Indigenous (action) … when we’re blocking access to any type of development or industry development...
Compiled by Debora Steel
On the morning of Oct. 17, the Canadian Coast Guard contacted the Council of the Haida Nation to mobilize vessels to assist with a marine emergency. A 135-metre Russian registered container had lost power and was drifting 12 miles off the coast...
Compiled by Debora Steel
You’re outta here, said the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, returning a $25,000 cheque to the province, a down payment on capacity funding for the Pacific Trail pipeline. In seeking support for the pipeline that will bring natural gas to...
Compiled by Debora Steel
Wet’suwet’en Nation Elders worked with Simon Fraser University and Russian Academy of Science researchers to name a new fossil species. The green lacewing insect fossil, found in Driftwood Canyon Provincial Park near Smithers, is now known as...
Compiled by Debora Steel
On the morning of Oct. 17, the Canadian Coast Guard contacted the Council of the Haida Nation to mobilize vessels to assist with a marine emergency. A 135-metre Russian registered container had lost power and was drifting 12 miles off the coast...
Compiled by Debora Steel
A new report from British Columbia’s representative for children and youth, reviews progress on 148 recommendations to government over six years and finds B.C. has repeatedly ignored calls to take action on child poverty, domestic violence and...
Compiled by Debora Steel
You’re outta here, said the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs, returning a $25,000 cheque to the province, a down payment on capacity funding for the Pacific Trail pipeline. In seeking support for the pipeline that will bring natural gas to...

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